Poetic Stirrings & A Haiku

It just occurred to me that there are only two months until National Poetry Writing Month begins on April 1st. This is something that I look forward to each year, because there is just something so fun about the challenge of following the prompts each day to stretch your stylistic abilities. Yes, it is indeed possible to nerd out over poetry!

I went to their site today to see if the annual participation banner had been released yet. It hasn’t, which is not surprising, given that it isn’t even February yet. While I await April 1st, I’ll just keep posting whatever pops up. For today, it’s another Haiku. Bet you aren’t surprised! >:)


Aromatic beans

Awakening the senses

Rich, dark, warm pleasure.

NaPoWriMo – Day 30

Wow, I can’t believe that the month is over already! National Poetry Writing Month goes by so quickly every year. Since so many of the latter part of the month’s poems have been haiku form, why not end end it with a haiku?

Fireflies light the night

Glowing specks of pixie dust

Proof that magic’s real

#NaPoWriMo – Day 29

After a one day break from haiku, I’ve decided to come back to it. Addictive stuff. As I sat at my desk at around 4:45 am trying to come up with something profound about sleep not yet having arrived as the stars faded, a visitor drifted down over my laptop on its gossamer web changing the course of today’s poem. And now, as the clock clicks to 5am, this little creator heads off to dreamland.

Insomniac Writer’s Bedtime

White spider dangles

In front of my weary eyes

As night turns to day